- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beautiful about the chaos, something about how the noise, the lights, the smells, and the people combine to produce a picture of real human life. With the image of the streets still on our minds we sat down around a large table and prepared for the Indian goodness we were about to enjoy. We ordered chicken Biriyani, Shai Paneer, to many Naans to count! We all shared stories and heard about some interesting ER cases that Adam had witnessed. ...
... children are less than enthused about moving here permanently. If his kids were younger it might be an easier move. If they are anything like me, they will fall in love with Hyderabad in eight days. The first few hours of the day whizzed by, bringing us to mid day, which means time for chai tea and snacks! I'm going to get the petition going in San Mateo for a chai tea counter and Frankie stand. I've eaten my body weight in ...
... from shutting. After that We had a while before globalization and decided to try and find gopes for the first time. Everyone says they have great food! Jacci wound up buying rice and ginger chicken and I ate some rice with the sauce on it. It was quite delicious. It was interesting because right next to each other was a North Indian food stand and a South Indian food stand. The north side had a lot more people. We made our way over to the social sciences building and ...
... walk from the Tagore house. He brought along his friend Mitija who was with him when he came to get us from the airport as well. When we first met him at the airport I did not realize he was going to have such a big role in our stay here. He is a research student and paid through AIFS to do this with us. He is the nicest person ever. His friend Mitija is awesome too and its nice to have a girl connection on campus. Campus is confusing. Its huge and there are signs where ...
... Heinz ketchup, pineapple, french fries, and Coca Cola. From there we played games such as pin the tail on the cat, spooky musical chairs, bobbing for apples, and Halloween riddles.
Honestly, this was one of my best Halloween's by far. It was so nice to just unwind, dress up, and make the most of what we have here in India. To make the night even more interesting, Emmy and I decided to right our bikes down to the main campus ...